Costa Rica launches groundwater plan in July.

Costa Rica launches groundwater plan in July. Juan Fernando Lara S., Periódico La Nación, 10/5/2017, Costa Rica. Using high resolution maps and images to locate aquifers and recharge zones, Costa Rica begins to assess the status and potential of its groundwater to ensure the future’s…

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International event highlights Villa Clara’s perspectives on food crops.

International event highlights Villa Clara’s perspectives on food crops. Vanguard, December 13, 2016, Cuba. The specialists, from 21 countries of Asia, Oceania, Africa, Europe, Central America and the Caribbean, selected Santa Clara and the demonstration areas of the Institute of Research in Tropical Viandas of…

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Climate change could melt methane deposits in oceans.

Climate change could melt 3.5% of methane deposits in oceans. Posted by: Green EFE editorial, October 27, 2016 Granada, Spain. In research, based on simulations, it has been estimated that some 60 billion tonnes of carbon from global methane hydrate deposits located beneath the seas…

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Climate Changing is threating Food production in Africa

Climate Changing is threating Food production in Africa Content. Peoria Daily Science News, .Albany Daily Star. Africa’s food crops are currently in danger. Climate change is challenging food security in many parts of the world including Africa and if timed transformation in the continent isn’t…

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Bill Gates in the War on Climate Change

Bill Gates to Fund Multi-Billion-Dollar War on Climate Change. Reuters, November 29, 2015, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates will launch a multi-billion-dollar clean energy research and development initiative with heads of state on Monday, the opening day of the U.N. climate change summit in Paris. Group…

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Earth enters sixth extinction phase with many species including our own.

Earth enters sixth extinction phase with many species including our own. Rose Troup Buchanan, reporter BBC Saturday 20 June 2015 Union Kingdom The planet is entering a new period of extinction with top scientists warning that species all over the world are “essentially the walking…

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Innovative growing potatoes in the air Valdivianos develop.

Innovative growing potatoes in the air Valdivianos develop. National Television of Chile. Chile in December 2014. According to experts, the aeroponic cultivation could ensure the supply of quality potato seeds to Chile, without using ground or any substrate. The world population is increasing, there are…

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Technical and scientific publications on water and irrigation, period 1965-2013.

 Juan G. R. and Collaborators. Technical and scientific publications on water and irrigation, period 1965-2013. Water and Irrigation Vol. 4, No. 1: 15-22, July, 2013, Spain. Articles on Web:  www.aguayriego.com   ,     www.tobaccoirrigation.com It is related the publications during the period 1965-2013 by a group of…

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Agricultural research ‘key to easing climate-change impacts’

Rasha Deweder. Agricultural research key to easing climate change http://www.scidev.net/es/agriculture-and-environment/water/news/ciencia-agr-cola-aliviar-impactos-de-cambio-clim-tico-.html www.scidev.net      14 December  2012 | EN Drylands constitute more than 40 per cent of the world’s land surface and are home to 2.5 billion people. Those lands have less than eight per cent of the…

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More heat and environmental disaster in Mexico to end of the century.

More heat and environmental disaster in Mexico to end of the century. Millennium | 22/05/2012 | Juarez City, Chihuahua, Mexico. The Mexican Science Academy warned that Mexico, by the end of the century, will record an increase on temperature that can reach up to 4…

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